Dionysian Imagery in Archaic Greek Art: Its Development in Black-Figure Vase Painting
This study examines the development of Dionysian imagery in Greek vase painting from the first appearance of the god on an Attic vase c. 580 BC to the point at which red figure overtook black figure as the dominant style of vase painting in Attica c. 520 BC.
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The Wedding of Peleus and Thetis i
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